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    July 30, 2011
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this broadcast is real time captioned by carrie o'brien. coming up next on news 13. the clock is ticking. congress votes down a debt bill. until the nation runs out of money. what went wrong and who is being blamed. good morning, everyone. hit and run. police are saying an epman is recovering after a car hit him and fred. i have theky evidence that plus want you to see to help them find the driver. good morning, everyone. heads are turning and money is changing heads. coming up on news 13, as our day of record breaking hit yer, we're hoping for a cool down today. but will we get it? meteorologist tim williams has the answer in his first warning forecast. news 13 starts now.
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good morning. welcome to news 13 this saturday. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm tim williams. the temperatures are in the upper 70s. >> already. >> yes, you go outside, and feel the steam. the humidity levels are already high. not as bad as yesterday. we're really on the down side of the really high heat we have had over the last few days. the last few days have been really intense. you're seeing a clear horizon. the haze and the humidity levels are not what they have been. yesterday, we hit a high of 101 and 78 degrees right now. the dew point is high. that's what you feel when you go tout there. the humidity is up.
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the 78 feels like 80 degrees. that doesn't seem like a lot, but considering the sun is just coming up. 80 degrees is a bit much. today, we're going up to a high of 95. yesterday, over 100. clouds, sun, hot and humid and overnight lows dropping down to 67 degrees. we will have your complete first warning forecast coming up. >> thank you, tim. this is what people are talking about this morning -- no deal. lawmaker on capitol hill are in for a long weekend as they try to raise the debt ceiling, but the government is running aof time and money. >> if not, the aye are 59. >> reporter: the senate rejected john boehner's bill friday night to raise the debt ceiling and cut spending. >> nays are 218. >> reporter: it comes two hours after the house narrowly passed a plan.
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not a single vote came from a democratic. >> it is time from the administration and our colleagues across the aisle, puttioning on table. >> reporter: john boehner holding the vote after 24 hours of closed door arm twisting with conservative republicans who wanted a measure to raise it debt ceiling at the end of the year. only the congress passes a balanced budget. >> that's the thing that americas count. >> it is a poisonnal pill for democrats. >> the constitution to the united states, that literally holds to gun to the head of the economy of the united states of america. >> reporter: put the way that the senate rejected john boehner's proposal allows them to use the framework of the bill to reach a compromise. late friday night, harry reid offed up a new plan that offers more republican concern and allows the president to raise the debt ceiling in three steps. >> unless there is a compromise
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or they accept my bill. >> reporter: congress is going to work through another deadline. jessica stone for news 13. we will keep following the debt debate and let you know when there is a deal in washington. investigators will be back today to determine what caused a fatal accident at the future site of maryland's biggest slot casino. crews are saying that a wall collapsed on friday and crushedaic wither. more coming up. a pilot is recovering this morning after his helicopter crashes. it happened in darlington. you can see the helicopter flipped over. the pilot, a 25-year-old delaware man is being treated that hospital. state police are saying that the cvc helicopter service owns
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the chopper. police in northeast baltimore make a discovery inside of the trunk of a car. sky eye chopper 13 was over prestten stret as place discover a body. the man was shaw in the head. detective are asking anyone with information to give them a call. hit-and-run. police need your help finding the driver who hit a biker and kept going. we have more on who police are looking for. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. police are hoping someone recognizes the car in the picture we're about to show you to help them track down the criminal behind the wheel. evidence markers, medical solution and personal items remain as the scene, where a car hit steven siegel from behind and fled, leaving the 59- year-old fighting for his life. >> the person who struck the biker was operating a motor
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vehicle. 2007, 2009 hyundai. >> ones took this picture of the car involved. the impact was so severe, a light bleu blew out and the windshield was shattered. east college park way is this road, and signs identical to this one, asking drivers to share the with cyclists pop up every half-mile. >> there is not room for both. >> reporter: scott cycles 50 miles a day and despite the signs every trip is risky. >> bikers have pretty much invisible. the only takes one that doesn't -- give that biker any space. >> reporter: another neighbor is saying that is often unintentional. >> it is hard to see them, because they go in and out of the shade. >> reporter: police are saying that this marks the third hit- and-run in july alone. in addition, to this car.
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police are looking for a woman who struck and killed another victim. >> police are saying that spiegel was less than a mile and a half away from his house. return to sender, custom agents at baltimore act quickly after they discovered cargo with beetles. this is a beetle that was found in rice shipped from pakistan. this morning a federal quanen tea go into effect. it restricts all rye that comes from country with beetle problems. 48,000 pounds of rice is being sent back. you may have noticed some unusual characters walking the streets in baltimore near the inner harbor this weekend. never feel the annual convention is here and the japanese animations convention means a big boost for the local economy. >> reporter: it is hard to
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tell who is more excited, the conventioners. >> this is a grit place. go baltimore. >> reporter: or behind the counter. >> it has been well. >> oh, a lot of money. a lot of money my. >> they flock to the inner harbor. they eat at the restaurant and buy goods at the shops. they like to bring something back home from baltimore. >> reporter: the website boosts that since 1999, they have taken over a sizable chunk of the inner harbor for a three day festival. last year, 30,000 people attended. they have hand over a sizable chunk of money in return. average of $15 million a year, including filling 4600 hotel rooms in the surrounding area. >> one oour busiest day of the year. >> reporter: whether it is
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soft drinks, food, or the security guards. they love baltimore. >> if i would have to choose the best vacation. this is it every year. >> reporter: and baltimore loves it right back. >> this is special. it create as puz around the city. >> the convention just keeps getting bigger every year. it continues through the weekend. pat warren at the inner harbor. back to you. >> thank you. well, they brace all of asian pop kilcher. turning to sports the orioles with a stay in new york, and they came out swinging. >> mike reynolds got a lot of it in the game at the wall. good-bye, home run. >> he dropped the bat and started walking. mark reynolds came out with a 2 run home run early to put his time up. the bronx bombers would never recover. the orioles win, 4-2. they need
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another win in new york to snap bald losing. of course, they have been losing. they lost eight series in a row. now the orioles continue their series with the yankees this weekend. you can the game live right here on news 13. on to football now, former ravens runny back may have found a new home in denver. "espn" is reporting that they has came to terms with the broncos for a three year contract. the team has not confirmed the move. he has 100 carries for the ravens last year, scoring five touchdowns. >> all right. >> it is heart breaking to see the favorite players go off to other teams. as long as they are not in teams that playulse regular early and do well against us. >> just don't beat us.
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>> right. the conversation, ochocinco, has been traded to the patriots, but he officially changed his name to 85. he can't wear that number with the patriots, because the number is already taken. so, what do you do? you changed your name to ochocinco. you cannot wear it on your sure. >> well, the producer just said you can pay for it. you can pay the guy. >> i didn't realize that you can do that. >> go back to your name. >> chad jones or johnson. >> it works. all right, it will be warm for the ravens playing and practicing. one week from today is the official, not the office, but the first practiceopen to the public for the ravens. you're looking at the purple palace. it is quiet. next saturday you will be able to go down to the stadium and
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see the team practice. it will be a little bit warm for them practicing, but we know that football is on the horizon. that is not a bad thing for most folks. and on the plus side, too. the orioles just won. so, why not? we have two teams winning right now. right now. the weekend is still young. 78 degrees right now. we have 71 is your dew point. the humidity is at 79%. the winds are from the west at 6 miles per hour. the barometer has been steady high pressure has been in control, by waves of low pressure that is rolling through that dipped it here and there. light showers in the region. today is a like day with the rain, but there could be high humidity. 68 degrees in oakland right now.
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a pretty this weekend shaming fun you want to be down on the beach. winds coming in from the west, with a bit of a west influence. a northwest flow from washington, d.c. and oakland, but we have seen that westerly wind. that is bringing in the warm area. the northerly portion is taming into the high pressure to the north. that's going to bring in less humid air. so, our temperatures are in the low 90s range, but with the humidity levels and the dew points dropping it will be uncomfortable. i mentioned the ripples of low pressure to the north. a front that is trying to push through the region is kind of lined up across the center of the ohio river valley and the northern portion of our state. that is the dividing line between the hot and humid air, that got us over 100 degrees. and the cooler and drier air
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that will take us to the low 90s. the front pushes on past us, the low humidity pushes on in and for next week we're pretty clear. the dew points are low and comfortable. below the normal high of 87. and going down each day, but comfortable with temperatures in the lu90s. your sunrise at 6:06. sunset at 8:20. the first sign that things are shifting. no south or southwest winds. 95 degrees today. a few clouds out there, but a little bit less humid and temperatures tonight in the 77 degrees range. 92 tomorrow, partly sunny and hot and comfortable. then 94 on monday. 92 on tuesday. 94 on wednesday. 92 on thursday. you will notice there are no triple-digits. we're not even close in the next five days. >> good. >> good. all right. still ahead on news 13 -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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we're taking a look at a prettydinally fast. your recreation forecast. we'll call it.
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ocean city will be a nice place to be this weekend and water temperatures up in the mid-70s. a dip in the atlantic and a sunshine and currently chances of showers. sunshine and drier air is moving into the region today. high pressure in control. funneling all of that in. we're getting a bit of a north, northwesterly wind today. that is a bit of a shift from the south and southwest that we been dealing with. so, the forecast today looks like this. the forecast coming up to around 95 degrees. with a little bit less humidity then we had yesterday. yesterday we hit a record of 101. we have sun in place. the humidity dropping through the week. your five-day forecast coming up. >> all right. thank you, tim. first back to the other stories people are talking about this morning. scary moments at chicago o'hare when two delta planes collide on the tarmac. they were backing away when
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they slammed together. airport officials are staying there were minor damage to both planes, but no one was injured. check out this video of a crash between a bus and a cargo van in new york. the driver of the van was drinking before he t-boned the bus. the bus 20 flying through the wall of the mcdonald's. three red light cameras captured all of it. everyone involved in the accident managed to escape major injuries. and the search for -- a growing search for a missing 11- year-old girl is happening in new hampshire. cass was last seen on monday, night working on her computer at home. there was no indication that she ran away, but no indication that she has been abducted either. the fbi has joined the search, even reaching across the boarder into canada. >> some have made a lot of debate about whether this is a missing person's case or
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abduction. from the fbi's perspective, the labeling of this case does not matter. >> and a new cell phone tower was built to help communication between the search parties. the family entered a plea. i can't believe he is the weather man. that's what some tv viewers in oregon are saying. they have been treated to a fabio forecast, look like this. >> and the seven-day forecast looks like this, the wind pushing the storm front up into canada. i'm so sorry. canada. >> they have a fan blowing his hair during the weather forecast. now, fabio took control of the satellite maps and radar and promised he would push all of the clouds away for the people of portland. so it looks like bob has a little bit of competition for
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the title of world's most handsome weatherman. >> yes. the hair and the wind, too, the affect on people. >> i like it, a lot and a lot of wind. lots and laws of sun. okay. >> hair is fabulous, fabio. >> okay. you know, i have no words. >> that's the best thing. coming up on news 13 -- ,,,,
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it is up to the boy who is out fitting pelaround the country, with the sticky stuff. >> reporter: to say that duct tape has many uses is an understatement for this 16-year- old. >> i like how unique it is and it is something that really not everyone has thought of before. >> reporter: for the last year and a half, this union has been making and selling wallets. hats and a coat out of duct tape. >> and started off just making a couple of these in my basement. i have been able to expand. it is amazing. >> reporter: to keep up with demand, alex set up a website. getting orders around the country. >> he is wise beyond his years. i'm sure are not sure that we could have done it. >> reporter: each roll of duct tape runs $5. he has used 300 rolls.
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this year, he bought in about a thousand dollars. some may giggle as his creation. >> some future goal with it is to make full suits and other extravel anyone things out of duct tape. >> would you wear it, tim? >> it would save me the trouble of getting the pet hair off of the suit with the tame. the tape is already there. >> all right. alex donated 5% of his revenue to charity. >> that is right. to see more go to wjz.com. all right. still to come on news 13 -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back. to news 13 saturday morning.
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i'll gigi barnett. good i'm tim williams. at the bottom of the hour. we're approaching 80 degrees. the sun is up. the humidity levels are lower ask the dew points and more comfortable than yesterday. triple digits yesterday. set a record high of 101. you're going to see, from this picture. you can take away it is a little bit hazy. not as hazy as it has been. the hailsy, hot and humid is still in place, but nothing like last week. the temperatures around the region are ranging around the mid to upper 70s. 83 down to washington, d.c. that is the warmest spot on the map. we do have a heat index that feels more like 80 degrees when you go out and about. the forecast high today, 95, clouds and sun. hot, less humid towards the evening. you're complete forecast is coming up. >> thank you, tim.
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here is what people are talking about this weekend. this weekend marks the last chance for federal lawmakers to reach a compromise before the nation defaults. last night, speaker john boehner narrowly got the house to pass the bill to raise the debt ceiling. the measure was shutdown in the senate. now, the senate majority leader offered up a new plan addressing more republican concerns. it allows the president to raise the debt ceiling in three steps. >> it is time for us to be adults. that's what the american people want. it is time for us to come together in a compromise. >> republicans have been doing the hard work of governing this week. it is about time our democratic friends joined us. >> if the u.s. cannot borrow more money on tuesday, borrowerring could seal higher invest rates on everything. the soldier accused of plotting an attack ft.
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hood made a present in court. he shouted the name of hue sawn. he is accused of the 2008 rampage in ft. hood. he went awol from ft. cambell in kentucky three weeks ago. a baltimore police officer makes her first public appearance since she was thrown in a train reaction crass. the officer had an emotional message. >> for the officer, walking and a struggle. [ applause ] but today she made a special journey to visit the children of the baptist church in east baltimore. >> i want to thank all of the children and everybody else for all of the prays. >> she fell off of the expressway, landing 2'5" below. it happened as she was helping
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a stranded driver. another car smashed into the disable car rigby was helping. that caused a chain reaction throwing it over the wall. >> it is a miracle. >> reporter: kids at the church's summer camp wanted to reach out. >> one of the kids in the camp is the son of a police officer. >> reporter: they sent rigby this banner. >> i wanted to stay that i hope that she gets well. >> i hope that doesn't happen to her again. >> reporter: now out of shop trauma with a fractured, him, leg, shoulder and a jaw that is wired. the office got the message. >> i appreciate them taking the time to making me a banner. i'm going to put it up in my office and think about it all of the time i see it. >> she is so courageous. as a way to say thank you, she threw a pizza party. the driver who hit her has not been charged in the accident. a case of stolen history is
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playing out right here in baltimore. the two men accused of taking documents from the maryland historical society may face additional federal charges. the two men might be charged with wire fraud and transferring stolen good across state lines. a deadly collapse at the future site of maryland's biggest slots casino. crews are saying that two workers were buried when a concrete wall came down on top of them. one is now dead and the other fighting for his life. >> reporter: rescue workers were called to the casino site. a wall tumbled down on top of the construction worker. >> the details are sketchy. >> the 27-year-old of pennsylvania was inside of the bucket lift and the wall crushed him and a 25-year-old was also injured when he was hit by the wall.
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>> that patient was transported priority 1 to shock trauma in baltimore. >> reporter: sky eye, chopper 13 was over the scene and firefighters recovered the body of the worker. rescuers from neighboring counties were official called in because of today's extreme heat. >> we operate with work cycles. today 15 minutes out of each crew. >> reporter: after four hours, rescue workers recovered his body. now, investigators are trying to determine what caused the wall to come down. maryland osha will takeover the investigation. they are treating this as an accident. >> a temporary casino is set to open at the end of next year until the permanent complex is finished. the man bought in at the wake of a scandal at st. joseph is stepping down.
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he resigned as president and ceo yesterday. he joined back in 2009 to help get the center back on track, after it was revealed that a cardiologist falsified patient records to justify unnecessary cardiac stint procedures. now, st. joseph reached a settlement with the government to repay the medicare funds received for the procedures. making the grade or excuse me, failing grade. the performance of young students dropped on nationwide tests. state scores dropped for the city's first and second graders in reading and math and students showed a similar describe this year on state wide assessment tests. and results are cause for concern, but students are still better than average in some objects. making summer school fun.
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that's the gel of a new program in baltimore. trying to get young students excited about assignments. we have their inventions on the last day of class. >> go. >> reporter: third graders racing egg carts. kindergarten rejoining their play ground and creating a recycling project. it is part of the first ever summer program. 22 elementary schools around the city are participating in science, technology, engineering and math classes, including 60 here. >> it got them excited about learning in the up is-- summertime. so, when they come back, they will be ready for school to begin. >> reporter: kimberly learned all about meal worms. >> they look like worms, but
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they are beetles. >> yes,y built a solar powered airboat. >> i did a really good job and worked hard on this to make this. >> reporter: this summer program was so successful, now there is a push to get these classes added during the entire school year. on the last day of class, proud parents see how hands on academics can bring smiles. kimberly translates for her mother. >> if the can't read, they help them read. if they don't know what is math, they help them with math. help them be like better students. >> all so smart. the summer program was four weeks long. turning to sports. the ravens hit the practice field again today. the team rushes to get the new guys up to speed. one of the veterans of the squad is entering his sixenth year with the team. he is looking forward to get a long-term contract soon. the ravens are saying that
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locking him up is a priority. for now. he is focused to help the rookies adjust to the pro game in his abbreviated season. >> i fell bad for the rookies. we had no time, really. to have time together, but i mean, definitely, you know, they are slow trying to get to know the plays. they have a little bit of mental errors. they are thinking too much and playing shoulder. but it is going to camp on. they will do all right. >> all right. now, the team did make it through another salty day without major injury concerns. but the effects of the heat were evident. the first pre-season game is august 11th at philadelphia and next week, you will be able to see them at the stadium for a public work out. >> yeah. it will take a lot of water. >> it is funny to watch the early practice tape of them. you know i don't know what the
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drill is. somebody who is more familiar with the names. but it is like a big rubber band holding onto the ball. they grab if and start running. but the rookie get to the point and the next thing, the rubber band is launching them backward. they are dragging on the ground. it is wild, like a comedy film. >> it has to be funny to watch. >> but every team is in the same situation. if it is any consstudentation. it will be warm into next week. we can tell you with great certainty it will be warm. a 9 degree week shaping up. the temperatures are reflecting another hazy, halt and humid day. the sun is upright now. really. up for about a half-hour. 71 is the dew point. the dew points have been pretty high. going to be a little lower. that's going to be the ref difference in the way it feels outside. the humidity levels and the mugginess is not going to be
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quite as extreme as it has been. we have to compare everything to the last week. all of the record highs and temperatures near triple-digits for the extent of the week. so, not going to be quite that way heading into the week ahead. 79% humidity. the wind is still very dry. coming in from the west currently, but a bit of a northwest flow around the state. that will bring in the lower dew points and the humidity. 29.93 is the barometer reading. dew point of 71 around the area right now. temperatures around 78 and 81 in rock hall. we talked about that northwest flow. we have been seeing the winds from the west and southwest. that is bringing in moisture from the gulf. the southerly states have been genivating a lot of heat. that is pushing into our
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region. it depends on the position of the high pressure. currently high pressure up to north is allowing for that cooler, dry air, around that clockwise flow of the high to start to push into the region. there is a front, however, you can follow the line of the clouds. there is a front draped across from delaware right on back to the ohio river valley and indiana. that is pushing across the region. the dividing line between the cooler, drier air and the hot and steamy air. as the front pushes past and this high starts to ease off to the south. another high pressure system starts to build into the north and that builds in the drier, less humidity air. the temperatures will be in the 90s. the normal mile for this week. the highs are going down, every day and a half. the high is going down 1 degree. the normal mile is 87, down to 86, and 85. this week in the 90s. soap, that's a good thing.
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away from the triple-digits. less humid especially in the afternoon and evening heading into tomorrow. partly cloudy skies tonight, 67 is the low. tomorrow, 92, partly sunny and hot, but the humidity not as much of a factor. 95 on monday. 92 on tuesday. 94 on wednesday and 92 on thursday. i said, 95 on monday, it is 94. a big difference. >> and mother nature is going 92, 94. >> yeah. mother nature, it is her prerogative. >> she does what she wants. still to come on news 13 -- ,
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beautiful day ahead, welcome to news 13 saturday morning. 6:47. it is 78 degrees in baltimore and sunny. legendary pitcher, roger clemens asked the judge to dismiss charges that he lieed to congress. his defense attorney argued
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that prosectors goated them to ask them for mistral. defense laws -- lawyers are saying that a second time would give prosecutors mom time to improve their case. the government has three weeks to respond. apple may be setting sales records with the ipad and phone, but there is another story for the ipod. 23% drop from the same time a year ago. they are blaming the drop on new models. many people are using their smart phones to store and listen to music. you can call it the world's most expensive pileup. a driver in any carlow caused a five car accident involving a million dollars worth of vehicles. now, listen to the lineup.
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the driver and her passengers were trapped in the car. the total cost $160,000. i'm surprised it was not more. >> why were they trapped? they are in a convertible. climb out. >> a good point. i guess they could not get away. >> we're waiting for the insurance company to arrive. >> it is one of those, like a good neighbor and the insurance agent pops up. incredible. well, still ahead on news 13 -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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shark week returns this
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weekend. will it will feature the work of a baltimore photographer? >> and the film captures a number of firsts. >> reporter: it is called jaws comes home. the work of the photographer from national geographic to the discovery channel and feature films. nick is among the world's best underwater photographers. he nearly died from shark bites. now, she back in baltimore and sharing his story. >> this top of the -- cage. >> he is talking about the sharks he fimmed in the bench of maine. this is the biggest great white shark ever filmed off of the beaches of massachusetts and under the float, nick. >> nick is in the cane? >> yes. with greg. >> the floats are the only things keeping the cage from
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dropping to the sea floor. >> the scary moment being in the cage. watching the shark, the mouth was open. i have then seen a white shark swim around. >> ther confused shark trying to get off of the cage. there are fearings she will cut the floats free. this is the cage bar. >> it was bent. i'm right under this thing. i'm 6'2" and the cage is 6'2". i'm seeing stars. >> reporter: the next project should not be as scarry. >> well, nick's program, jaws returns home, premiers at 10:00 p.m. tomorrow night. >> not a career that you want. >> oh, absolutely not. >> all right. >> i'm not going near anything bigger.
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i don't like snake heads and they don't get bigger than that and jaws you can stay put. >> we're going ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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going up to 95 degrees today. then 92 and 94 through the week. 92 tomorrow, 94 on monday, 92 on tuesday, 94 on wednesday. then 92, you figured it on thursday. a massachusetts fisherman decide taz get up close and personnual the sea life. taking a wild ride on a shark. >> the shark was passing under his boat, and he jumped into the water. eric jacobs is saying this is something he wanted to to. and you can see, he did return safely after going 15 feet. >> jacobs jumped in after recognizing this type of shark is more interesting in small fish then a fisherman, but i still wouldn't do it. >> i said it before, every once
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in a while we have a themed program. this is crazy people with sharks. >> this is under the sea. >> i don't understand. now, into the same note. we had a story on earlier this week. dogs were out in australia and swimming around and sharks went by. the dog decided to take a tive and bite the shark and the shark took off. so if you're with a shark. >> bite first. >> he who bites first. that's first hour of news 13 -- ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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coming up next on news 13 -- the clock is ticking. congress votes down a debt bill with just days left until the nation runs owl of money. what went wrong and who is being blamed. and -- good morning, everyone. hit-and-run. police are saying that a man is recovering after a car hit him and fled. we have the key evidence that police want you to see. good morning, everyone. heads are turning and money is changing hands. coming up on news 13, the moment million dollar convention is back in town. after a day of record breaking heat yesterday, we're hoping for a cool down today, but will we get it? tim williams has the answer in this first warning forecast.
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good morning, everyone. welcome back to news 13 saturday morning. i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm tim williams. the temperatures in the mid to upper 70s this morning. >> only 7:00. >> only 7:00, but today unlike the last few days the humidity is lower. so, not up towards triple digits today. we're not going up to a forecast high near 100.
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only the low 90s. 78 degrees. this temperature will change over here in a bit. take away from the picture. you can look at yourself, you can see in the distance for a good way. so the haze and the moisture is not so high. in the recent days, we have not been able to see a quarter of a mile because of the humidity levels have been so intense. we have 71, your dew point and the heat index is 2 degrees higher than the actual temperature in central maryland. so, 95 degrees. clouds and less sun. hot and less humid. and yesterday, we hit a record high of 101. the lows tonight around 67 degrees. your complete forecast is coming up. >> thanks, tim. now, here is what people are talking about this morning. no deal. lawmakers on capitol hill are in for a long weekend as they try to agree on a plan to raise the debt ceiling, but the government is running out of time and money.
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>> if not, the ayes are 59. >> reporter: the senate rejected john boehner's bill friday night to raise the debt ceiling and cut spending by $917 billion. >> 218, the bill is passed. >> reporter: it comes just two hours after the house narrowly passed the plan. not a single vote came from a democratic. >> it is time for the administration and time for our colleagues across the aisle, put something on the table. >> reporter: john boehner holding the vote after nearly 24 hours of closed door arm twisting with republicans who wanted a measure to raise the debt ceiling at the end of the year, only the congress pass as balanced budget amendment. >> that's the thing that i think that american people want. >> reporter: it is a poisoned pill for democrats. >> an amendment to the constitution of the united states that literally holds a gun to the head of the economy of the united states of america. >> reporter: but the way that
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the senate rejected john boehner's proposal allows them to use a framework of the bill to reach a compromise. harry reid offered up a new plan that incorporates more republican concerns and allows the president to raise the debt ceiling in three steps. >> unless there is a compromise or they accept my bill, we're headed for economic disaster. >> reporter: congress is expected to work through another weekend. the date for default is just four days away. in washington, jessica stone for news 13. we'll keep following the debt debate. in harford county a pilot is recovering after this helicopter crashes. it happened endure residentten. you can see that the helicopter flipped over. the pilot, a 25-year-old delaware man is being treated
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that hospital. it malfunctioned. police in northeast baltimore make a gruesome discovery inside of the trunk of a car. sky eye chopper 13 were over the scene as police discovered a body in the trunk of the car. the man was shot in the head. detectives are asking with anyone with information to give them a call. hit-and-run. police need your help finding a driver who hit a biker and then kept driving. we have more on who police are looking for. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. police are hoping someone recognizes the car in the picture were about to show you to help them track down the criminal who was behind the wheel. evidence markers, medical solution and personal items remain at the scene where police are saying that a car hit steven siegel from annapolis from behind and then fled. >> the person that struck the biker was operating a motor vehicle, that we believe to be
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a 2009 to 2009. hiday. >> reporter: the impact was so severe, a light blew out and the right side of the windshield was shattered. it happened on tuesday evening. east college park way is this stretch of road that runs parallel to route 50. signs like this asking drivers to share the road with cyclists pop up avenue half-mile. >> scott cycles 15 miles a way. it is risky. >> bikers have pretty much invisible to the dribbers in the automobiles. it only takes one that doesn't gem in the space. >> another neighbor is saying that is often unintentional. >> it is hard to see them. >> reporter: this is the herd hit-and-run in july alone and
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officers arelicking for a woman who struck and killed another victim and siegel is in critical, but stable condition here. >> spiegel was lass than a mile and a half away from this house. return to sender. customers agents act quickly after this covering cargo with beetles. there was an the fetation in rice shipped from pakistan. so, this morning a federal quarantine go into effect. all 48,000 pounds of rice is being spent back to pakistan. well. i may notice unusual characters walking on the streets near the interharbor this weekend, but the convention is here.
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the japanese animation convention means a big boost. >> reporter: it is hard to fell who is more excited. the conventioners and their costumes or behind the counter. >> it has been well. >> oh, a lot of money. a lot of my money. >> they flock to the inner harbor. they eat as the restaurants and buy goods at the shops. they generally like to bring something back home from baltimore. >> reporter: since 1999, they have taken over a sizable chunk of the inner harbor for a three day festival. last year, 30,000 people attended. they have handed over a seizable chunk of money in republican. $15 million a year, including filling 4600 hotel rooms in baltimore and the surrounding area. >> one of our busiest weekends of the year. >> whether it is soft drinks or
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food, or the pay that security guards make. they love baltimore. >> if i would have to choose the best vacation, this is it every year. >> reporter: and baltimore loves it right back. >> this one is special. it just create as buzz around the city. >> reporter: the organizers are saying that the convention just keeps getting bigger every year. it continues through the weekend. pat warren, at the inner harbor. >> thank you. it embraces all aspects of asian pop culture. runs through sunday afternoon. all of those costumes, everything is wild down there. come i have to say. i looked at that story and didn't see anything different from what is usually downtown on a real weekday. >> it is every day baltimore. >> people always look like that. >> green hair, pink hair. >> yeah, especially that. it's going to be a pretty nice day for our visitors coming in downtown. a pretty warm day, nothing as
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extreme as it has been. yesterday, 101 degrees. with the humidity levels will feel like a typical july day. nothing as extreme as it has been. the story -- the hails and the humidity levels are not quite as intense. in the last few weeks, the laze and the humidity would not allow you to see that far, 5 it 10 miles across the horizon. you would not see the sky like that. because the levels have been so high. the times have been up in the 70s. the humidity has been so intense. right now. we're looking at a bit of a break from that. we're coming down. drier air in the atmosphere. the documents are leaving out. temperatures not as high. so, comfortable. the normal high is around 87 degrees. we will be in the mid-90s. so here is how it comes together. 79 right now. 71 is the dew point. in the scheme of things when the two numbers are very close together. the moisture in the atmosphere is very high, but the dew points are going to come down.
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the temperatures will go up. so there will be a distinction between the numbers. we will not feel the moisture out there. west wind at 3 miles per hour. 29.96 is your barometer. around the state, the temperatures 66 degrees. the temperatures have been in the low 80s towards the southern portion of the metro area. temperatures in the mid-70s everywhere else. we have a bit of an influence from the northwest. high pressure has been our friend giving us the nice clear conditions. but the provision of the high is really, kind of -- dictating what is going on. high pressure to the south allows us to feel the southwest winds wrapping around it. but this high is to the north. is bringing in the less humidity air, the drier conditions. there is a front across central maryland and pennsylvania, back
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towards the ohio river valley and indiana and towards chicago. that is the line between the very warm humid air to the south. the drier and cooler air to the north. the high to the south moves off. the front is pushing it away. it is going to push away the warm and humid air. the high to the north is moving in our prevision. it will allow the cooler air the move in. this week, the temperatures in the 90s, the humidity levels will drop . 95 degrees today. clouds and sunshine. the humidity levels will be lower. 67 degrees tonight. tomorrow, 92 and 94 on monday. 92 on tuesday. 94 on wednesday. 92 on thursday. all right. still ahead on news 13 -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back to news 13 this saturday morning. july the 30th. are we at the thugth already? we are. the 29th, the 30th. >> the 30th. wow. the 30th. >> okay. i'm being told the 30th. the month has gone beam quickly. we're at the end of the month. this is the last weekend in july. we're seeing temperatures close to what to except for this time of the year. 87 is the normal high. we're going up to 95 here. 91 at the ocean. the water temperature, 79 degrees. and 88 tomorrow on the shore. 88 is your forecast high for the end of the weekend.
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we have high pressure in control. bringing in drier and armor air. the airline is warm, but the humidity levels are going to be a little bit lower. that is going to make for a built more comfortable feel for this weekend. the temperatures in the mid- 70s. we will go up to a daytime high of 95 degrees. sunshine, a few clouds and less of a humidity, muggy feel. we will have your five-day forecast coming up. all right. thanks. first, roger clemens asked the judge to dismiss charges that he lied to congress. clemen's defense team argued that prosecutor goated them asking for a mistral by showing evidence to the jury. defense lawyers are saying that prosecutors would have more time to end prove their case. call it the world's most
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expensive pileup. a driver in monte carlo caused a five car accident involving more than a million dollars worth of vehicles. and the same woman managed to crash her $400,000 bentley into a ferrari, that hit a martin, that hit a mercedes and a porsche. the driver and the passengers were trapped inside of the car. the total bill for the damage, $160,000. wow. >> they were not trapped. they were posing. >> yeah, pretty much. well, boxing is the suite science, than fitness lovers will call this one of the best things around. >> news 13 is live at boxing charmies. a lot of people are trimming their waistlines down one jab at a high. hi, michael. >> i'm ready for you, tim and gigi. tim, i'm going to hit you. tim, don't make me hit you. >> it looks like you have
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skills, michael. >> wow. >> don't get into ring with that guy. >> are you talk tag me? you -- talking to me. >> we're at boxing charmies. this is charlie, how are you doing? tell me about your pram, are we boxing, what are we doing? >> there is no fighting or contact. i am training you if you were a boxer, but there is no contact here. it is personal. you can bring the music that you want. basically, what i'm going to show you -- is just simple moves. simple, 1, 12. >> yep, yep. >> so, 1, 1. 2. >> i want you to throw your whole body. >> 1, 12.
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1, 1, 2. okay. two more, ready? all right. so, he's working his abs by pivoting. >> we can make the camera jump like by -- >> there is no fighting or sparring here, the ring is -- >> very bouncy. >> i have women, men and older, younger. >> reporter: so, in a half- hour, one of the students is going to come out here and kick your behind. >> she can do what she wants to do. >> reporter: all right. this is charlie, we're going to be back in a half-hour, i'm breathing heavy. tim, don't mess with me. >> you know mike, could have been a contender. >> could have, should have, would have. >> all right. mike, we will be checking back with you in 20 minutes.
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mike at charlie's. that is a pretty good workout. >> you can't get in the ring without talking smack. right? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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all right. 95 degrees today and then the run of 92 and 94 degrees temperatures alternating through the week. the lows around 70. firefighters call it six days down under. burning chemicals, a derailed train and thousands of lives at risk. >> now, after the tunnel fire, news 13 investigates. we examine the safety changes and whether they are enough. >> reporter: in a tunnel under the streets of downtown baltimore. a train with dangerous
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chemicals derail. manhole covers explode. city businesses shutdown for a week. firefighters risk their lives battling a 1500 degree fire. >> ee call it six days down under. >> reporter: the assistance fire chief was in charge of the response ten years ago. although nobody was seriously hurt. there is a need for better communication and teamwork. that's why training drills like this are now held every year. >> you guys can handle any emergency right? >> i think that we could. >> reporter, but time some are saying that focusing on response training ignores the real danger. >> it is ten years since the fire, has enough been done? >> no. we need changes and a new tunnel. >> reporter: since the 1970s, she has been pushing for a $1 billion replacement. >> reporter: why do you think it is so important to replace
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that toninal? >> all of the north, south traffic of the east coast goes through that tunnel. if there is ever a real breakdown, an explosion, or terrorists, we have real trouble in this country. we need to do something about it. >> reporter: so, do we need a new tunnel? >> i think i would love to have a new tunnel. >> reporter: the mayor toured the tunnel last fall. it is a mile and half long under busy parts of downtown. at more than 100 years old the tunnel is a single lane with low clearance, too small for modern and bigger trains. >> a deeper tunnel with double stacked trains we could expand job opportunities. >> reporter: a spokesperson is saying that calls for a new tunnel are a commerce issue, not a safety one. >> is the tunnel ant quated and be replaced? >> the tunnel structure is old, but we believe it is a safe
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way to move product through the city. >> reporter: last august another train derailed in the tunnel. luckily it did not catch fire. it was a repeat of 2001 others night see it a different way. >> redoing that tunnel is a matter of national security. they have to come up with it and they will. on average or than two dozen trains used the howard street tunnel every day. still to come on news 13 -- , [ child's voice ] ooh, that looks good.
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welcome back to news 13 -- i'm gigi barnett. >> i'm tim williams. at the bottom of the hour. the temperatures around the 80 degree mark and less humidity. we don't expect to go as high in the temperatures. yesterday, a report of 101. not in the triple-digits today. but the heat index in the upper 90s. we have a little bit less hails today. , but the horizon is a little bit brighter and a bit more comfortable feel as you make your way out and about on this
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early saturday. your forecast starts off with temperatures that have dropped 1 degree. we are at 77. 78 on the shore. 66 towards deep creek lake. that covers the corners. in the 77 degree range. we feel about 2 degrees warmer. it feels like 79 at the airport. today, 95 degrees. clouds and sun. hot and less humidity. especially towards the evening. 87 degrees and you're partly cloudy skies overnight low. the forecast is coming up in a moment. >> thank you, tim. first, walt people are talking about this morning. this weekend marks the last chance for federal lawmakers to reach a computer rumize before the nation defaults. last night, john boehner got the house to raise the debt ceiling. the measure was quickly shot down in the senate, with time running out. the senate majority leader offered up a few plan, addressing or republican concerns. it allows the president to raise the debt ceiling in three
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simple stretches. >> it is time for us to be adults. what the american people want. it is time to come together in compromise. >> republicans have bip doing the hard work of governing this week. it is about time our democratic friends joined us. >> the u.s. cannot borrow more money on tuesday. borrowerring -- could see higher interest rates. a police officer makes her first public appearance since she was thrown in a crash. and officer rigby had an emotional message. for the officer, walking is a struggle. [ applause ] but today she made a special journey to visit the children of the baptist church in east baltimore. >> i want to thank all of the children and everybody else for all of the prayers. all of the prayers really helped. >> reporter: rigby people off of expressway. landed 25 feet below, after she
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was helping a stranded driver. another car smashed into the car that rigby was helping. that caused a chain reaction and threw her over the wall. >> it is a miracle that she made it. >> reporter: kids in the summer camp wanted to help out. >> one of the kids in the camp is the son of a police officer. >> they went rigby his banner. >> i hope that she gets well. >> now, with a frocktured hip, leg and soldier and a broken jaw that is wired. officer rigby got the message. >> i appreciate them taking the time to making me the banner. i'm going to puit up in my office and think about it all of the time when i see it. >> she is so courageous. as a way to say thank you, rigby through a pizza party. the driver who hit her has not been charged the accident.
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a case of stolen history is plague out here in baltimore. two men accused of taking documents from the maryland historical society may face additional federal charges. they may change the two with wire fraud and transterring stolen goods across state line. failing grades. the performance of young students in baltimore city dropped significantly on a nationwide test. scores on the stanford achievement fest dropped for first and second graders in reading and mag. students showed a similar drop this year on the sade wide test. the school system points out that students are better than average in some subjects. it is a tragedy every time it happens. it could happen again to any parent. accidently forgetting your child in a hot car. mary bubala has more on a new
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effort to prevent the deadly mistakes. >> reporter: with record high temperatures nationwide. 21 children this year have died after being left in hot cars by accident. the national transportation safety board held a round table discussion to step-up efforts. florida has seen 56 and maryland 7 and in texas, 71 children have died in hot cars over the years. including this little girl who's mother is on a crusade to educate other parents. >> one of the saddest thing to admit to you today, and that her death may have been presented in so many ways. she was accidentally left on the car on a hot day. we are now living in a nightmare without her. >> reporter: experts have safety tips for parents. one is to put a stuffed animal in the car's seat and when you put your child in, put it in the front seat.
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so, when you arrive you remember your child is back there and put your purse or briefcase in the back seat. temperatures can soar in hot days, going up 30 to 50 degrees in minutes. mary bubala, news 13. >> the panel plans to issue recommendations for parents and start a new campaign. turning now to sports where the former ravens running blackmail have found a new home in denver. "espn" reports that he is going to sign with the broncos. $7 1/2 million including a $3 million guarantee. he had 100 carries for the ravens last year, scoring 5 touchdowns. well, don't miss out on easy ways to save for your home this summer. here is mary bubala.
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>> reporter: good morning. today's energy saver is answerag -- viewer's question what about to do with light bulbs that burn out. >> thanks. for more information on how to be an energy saver go to wjz.com. all right. you know, we talk about how the heat affects every one. one of the thing you warn to do is east light. don't weigh yourself down and drink a lot of alcohol. we have people in-house today who are going to tell us all of the tricks to eat healthy mediterranean style. take out the intimidation.
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they will be taking to us here today and then, mike schuh, come on. >> do you want me to beat you up on air? >> no, no. mike is going to talk to us about exercising. it is a great day to do what you want to do. you don't have weather as a factor to keep you away. the temperatures going to cooperate. cooler than yesterday. no chance of rain. no major rain event. light sprinkles because of a shower across the northern tier of the state. but that is fizzling out. 77 degrees right now and temperatures at marshal, as we look at downtown over the bridge. we're looking at stun. the dew point is at 81%. the west wind at 3 miles per hour. around the state, in the corners, out towards democrat creek lake. 66 degrees.
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up towards the port, 75. we have 81 in annapolis. so, this is a front so follow the line of clouds back into the midwest. really, that front has been draped across the con. it is the dividing line between thewormer -- warmer drier air and the humid air to the south. the air from the great lakes is going to take effect into this evening and tomorrow. we will feel a more comfortable feel without all of the humidity levels and the dew points being in the upper 70s with the heat way, way up. so the heat index is not near
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the triple-digits today. we're going to drop through the week. no advisories on the bay. the next high tide is this evening. it temperatures around 95 degrees today. still ahead on news 13 -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back to news 13. yeah. it is 7:44. it is 77 degrees. and sunny in baltimore. well, it's not too late to get your buddy beach ready this summer, but if spin classes are not your thing, perhaps boxing. >> news 13 heads back out to
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boxing charlie's and news 13 are taking a collection. we have given this young lady $100, to accidently gut punch mike schuh in the ring. >> i'll do it. if you're going to pay her $100 i will let her hit me. really, you got it, tim? >> i have to take the collection up, but we'll work on it. >> we are not generous here. >> that's what a easy sounds like. you're weaseling out. don't challenge me, bobby. >> i know you. >> i will do dumb stuff when i need to. this is balking charlie. this is charlie. sorry to be part of the side conversation. he said a challenge of $100 to gut punch me. this is a workout. you come out here and workout. we have a guest student here. show us your stuff. >> all righter we're we're -- all right. we're going to do combos here.
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the 1-1 body shot. she is working her biceps and her legs, too. all right. now, she is getting her cardio. okay. ready? all right. let's go to the 1-1. >> okay. hold on, as a student how long have you been dang this? >> sing april. >> while? >> because it is high intense cardioand then strength training. >> you did other workouts? >> yes. but a hit a plateau i wanted to do something new and interesting. >> the level of concentration on your face. that's what separates it in a way. >> yeah. like the mind-body connection. to mentally focus and use your
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body. >> are you stronger now? >> a lot stronger now, actually,. >> i'm not going to show you mine, because hers are bigger. that is very cool. what does this cost? >> it is done by the mathly. so, if you're coming twice a week, i have, i have various packages, but everything is included. your strength training and nutrition. typically, $45 a section. that includes your diet and strength training. >> there is no group classes. >> there is no group classes. if you come here, you box with charlie. >> you box with me. you're not going to teach her to be a boxer. this is a workout. there is no contact. >> i train you if there you were a boxer, but there is no fighting here. it is a boxing-style workout. >> we're not going to go home
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with bruises? >> no. i'm scared of her to be honest with you. >> all right. so, boxing charlie's. you can come here. get a workout like this. and just -- look at them go. you notice i'm not wearing the gloves anymore. if you're a girl, you can actually bring pink gloves and no one makes fun of you. >> mike, you have been involved in sports in your life. how was that for you. was it challenging as you thought? >> i'll still sweating. >> okay. >> you know, because, the first hit was a half-hour ago. we were playing around. look, i'm still sweating. you bounce around a little bit, on your toes and doing this stuff. it is work. you're breathing heavy. he's going to keep you going. he tells you to do something and you do it. it is pretty amazing. his clients are 50/50. half men, half women. we're going to get a pretty good workout.
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>> all right. iron mike schuh. >> yeah. >> all right. >> back to you live. >> there is no talk back. when he says do something, i wonder how much is out of fear than wanting to get in shape. still ahead on news 13 -- ,, 3q
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if you're looking for healthy cuisine this summer. you might want to go mediterranean. >> yes. look for the big box store up there. best buy and they are across the parking lot. good morning to you. >> so, met terrainian.
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we hear about it, but folks may not know what it is. what do you tell them? >> it is a fresh, healthy concept. i mean, it is one of the most popular growing segments in fast casual. very good. >> i didn't want to be the one who walked in, didn't have a clue of what i was ordering and hold up the line. >> there is an intimidation factor, but there is nothing scary. you move down the line and build your own salad. >> this one is on camera. explain what is on here? >> there is a lot of healthy fresh chopped vegetables here. we have an olive salad, onion salad and onion salad and pickles and cheese and
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tomatoes. >> and you put it in a pita? >> yes. in a pita or a salad or a bowl. >> and you're talking about this one. laura, life-threating get you to be the vanna of the mediterranean world here. >> we have chickpeas. a carrot salad. couscous and more topic for your salads and sandwiches. >> you hear fuloffal. have a lot of people don't know what it is. it is chickpeas and beans and spices blended together. >> it is ground up and deal fried. so, a vegetarian meatball. >> hummus? >> is ground up chickpeas again and mixed with garlic and olive
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oil and blended up. >> everyone is talking about calories and protein and low fat. where does this style of eating fall in the category. >> this is very, very good. very, very healthy. your taking calories. the bread is probably the worst thing here. again. if you get a salad, i mean, it's good for you. >> protein wise, hummus, i look at it, it looks like a peanut butter. >> well, it is -- it has a nutty flavor to. it is a sesame base. so, between that and the chickpeas. there are tons of protein in the chickpeas. >> you don't have to travel to the mediterranean. >> no, every one is cut up fresh. >> you build it yourself. you walk in and walk down the aisle. you will help folks? >> we have to move you along. you'll hold the line up. >> if you don't know what
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you're doing. we will let you taste thing. >> one other thing -- >> it is brand new this week. >> what is that? >> it is a turkish baked potato. we split it open and wipe it in cheese and butter. you can get it without that. then different proteins, beef and chicken. all of this topping on top. >> build your own baked potato. >> an alternative to supersizing. >> all right. thank you very much. >> thank you. all ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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look for temperatures between 92 and 94 all week long, but not as humid. okay. we have one of the restaurants in our area, but if you want more information, go to the website. >> yes. it is all on the website. this was the first of 300. >> okay. >> sounds good. >> we're working on other
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locations around the country, actually. >> oh, wow. >> okay. sounds good. >> jeff, laura, thank you. >> thank you very much. i'm tim williams. >> i'm gigi barnett. news 13 morning show is coming up nex,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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